The MIT Plasma Science & Fusion Center (PSFC) is world-leader in the research of plasma physics and the development of fusion energy. It is located on the main campus of MIT in Cambridge MA. Combining mid-scale experimental facilities and extensive engineering capabilities with over 150 exceptional faculty, staff, and students, the PSFC has a sixty-year history of relentless innovation, technical achievement, and dedicated education. The PSFC has been central to several recent fusion breakthroughs, including conceiving the SPARC tokamak, demonstrating the first large-scale 20 tesla superconducting fusion magnet, and analyzing the record-breaking plasma shot at the National Ignition Facility. The PSFC is seeking outstanding individuals with a track record of excellence to join our team and the mission of advancing a physical understanding of plasmas and their application to deliver clean, sustainable, societal-scale fusion energy.